Raje hoped that BJP would come to power in the next assembly election in 2018.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Sunday said BJP would be able to retain power in next state assembly election in 2018 as well as at Centre in the 2019-Lok Sabha poll.
Addressing the party workers in Bhilwara, Raje said she would go to every district and collect feedback from the BJP workers who, she said, are the eyes and ears of the party.
"It is the party workers who makes us reach here (in the power) therefore under the 'Apka Zila Apki Sarkar' programme, I would reach out to the party workers and collect feedback on what is going in the districts," she said.
The party workers across the state have geared up and are working to ensure victory in next elections, Raje added.
During her visit to Bhilwara, Raje also spent time with differently-abled children.
She said the care of differently-abled children as well as elders should be good and without any discrimination, a release said.